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December 13th - 17th

Holiday dress up days are planned!  Make plans to participate! 

Holiday Spirit Week Details


District Wide Announcement: New CHISD Wireless Network Policy

House Bill (HB) 3261 requires Texas schools to transition to online state summative assessments in the near future. With this new requirement, the district must make an effort to manage the bandwidth levels on the district’s network. CHISD will be implementing a new Wireless Network Policy effective January 1, 2022. This new policy will limit and restrict all students' cell phones from connecting to our wireless network. This does not restrict students from using their own personal data plans as needed. We have recently increased the number of Chromebooks available to students on all three campuses in order for them to complete their course work while on campus. We appreciate your patience and understanding as we implement the new wireless policy.

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2022 Project Grad Committee Sign Up

Project Grad is an all night party held the night of graduation. This provides our Seniors (and Juniors) a safe and substance free celebration. This event is heavily dependent upon Junior parent support and elbow grease. Any Senior parents that are involved, are typically in more of a support role. There are spots to sign up to lead each planning area, as well as slots for general committee members. We look forward to this year's celebration being a huge success!!

Let's get this party started! #classof2022

Click on the grad cap below to sign up.

Graduation Cap



Students eat for FREE

Seamless Summer Option - Free Meals in School Year 2021-2022

CHISD would like to announce for the 2021 – 2022 school year, healthy meals will be offered every school day to all students at no cost. Typically, a student’s household must meet income eligibility requirements to qualify for free or reduced-price meals. However, the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) issued guidance this year that allows schools to offer meals to all students at no cost for the 2021 – 2022 school year. Please note that while this free breakfast and lunch program is available to us for 2021 – 2022, the income eligibility requirement will likely resume in the 2022 – 2023 school year. During the first week of school, each student will receive a packet of paperwork that needs to be completed. While no application or eligibility determination process will be required for your student to receive free meals this school year, we are asking ALL families to complete the included ‘Socioeconomic Information Form’. This form will not be used against you in any way, as it is not used for any sort of individual qualification purposes. It is confidential and will only be used in summary for TEA to examine our CHISD school population as a whole. Our student population determines the amount of funding available to our school district and factors into our accountability ratings, so we need these forms completed to make sure our school continues to benefit from these special programs. Below is a letter explaining the ‘Seamless Summer Option’ in English & Spanish.  There is a also a copy of the ‘Socioeconomic Information Form’ so that you can see what to look for. 

Seamless Summer Option Letter – English
Seamless Summer Option Letter – Spanish

Sample of the Socioeconomic Information Form – English
Sample of the Socioeconomic Information Form – Spanish   



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SFA and Central Heights High School work together to provide a great opportunity for our students to attend classes at SFA during the regular school day and receive college credit.


Dual Credit / Concurrent Enrollment Dual credit courses offered at Central Heights High School award both high school and college credit upon successful completion. Concurrent enrollment is a college course taken during the student’s high school years that is not offered for high school credit. Both of these enrollment systems are ways for students to earn college credit while still in high school. A student must meet the admission requirements of the college or university in order for a high school student to be admitted into a dual credit/ concurrent or tech program.

Additional information can be found in the CHHS Student Handbook or call or email Lauren Tyler, HS Counselor @ 936-552-3409 or